Cebuano News: Nutrition Building sa LGU giransak
Ni Michael Imbo
BUTUAN CITY (June 28) – Gikatahong usa ka establisemento sa local nga kagamhanan ang pugsanong giransak sa wala mailhing grupo alas 3:00 ang takna sa kaadlawon sa miaging Lunes (June 21) didto sa Brgy. Tina, San Miguel, Surigao del Sur.
Sa inisyal nga imbestigasyon sa kapulisan nasayran nga ang mga suspek milusot pasulod pinaagi sa pagtangtang sa gibutangan sa air-condition unit.
Dugang sa taho nga ang nakuha sa mga suspek gikan sa Nutrition Building mao ang usa ka unit sa computer monitor, usa ka computer mouse, usa ka ream sa linen nga papel, usa ka kutsilyo, gunting ug 20 ka botelya sa bitamina.
Ang elemento sa San Miguel Municipal Police Stations ang mipahigayon na sa manhunt operation alang sa posibleng pag-ila sa mga suspek ug pag-aresto niini. (PIA-Caraga)
Cebuano News: Patayng lawas nakaplagan sa Butuan City
Ni Michael Imbo
BUTUAN CITY (June 28) – lain na usab nga patayng lawas ang nakaplagan alas 5:30 ang takna sa buntag niadtong Martes (June 22) didto sa CARBDP road, Purok-1, Brgy Riverside, ni’ng dakbayan.
Sa nakuhang pulis report gikan sa PNP Regional Office-13 nahibaloan nga nakaplagan kini sa usa ka security guard nga giila sa pangalan nga Anastacio Neri, legal age, residente sa Purok-6 Silad, Brgy Mahogany, ni’ng syudad.
Sumala sa taho nga ang patayng lawas adunay deskripsyon nga nagpangedaron kini gikan sa 20 hangtud 26 anyos, slim built, adunay 5"3 to 5'5" ang height ug matud pa nagsuot kini sa black T-shirt ug fatigue nga short pants.
Nahibaloan nga gitaptapan ang ulo niini ug gigapos ang duha ka bukton niini gamit ang masking tape.
Gidugang sa taho nga narekober gikan sa biktima ang usa ka botelya sa plastic nga rugby nga gisuksok sa hawak niini. Apan giingon sa kapulisan nga walay nakitang samad ang lawas sa biktima.
Daling miresponde ang Crime Laboratory Office 13 pinangunahan ni Senior Inspector Mindaña alang sa paghimo sa Scene of the Crime Operation (SOCO).
Gidala na ang patayng lawas sa usa ka punenarya ug ipailalom kini sa himoong autopsy aron masayran ang hinungdan sa maong kamatayon.
Ang Butuan City Police Station (BCPS) 1 ang nagpahigayon tukmang lakang sa imbestigasyon sa posibleng pagsuta sa kamatayon sa biktima. (PIA-Caraga)
Cebuano News: Motorsiklong gikarnap, narekober sa kapulisan
Ni Michael Imbo
BUTUAN CITY (June 28) – Narekober sa kapulisan ang usa ka unit sa Honda XRM kolor itum, nagdala sa plate number LH 3489, engine number XRM14EO83064 ug dunay certificate of registration number 7211672-6.
Sa gipahigayong aksyon sa mga elemento sa Butuan City Police Station (BCPS) pinangunahan ni SPO1 Juvy Bulanon nabawi ang maong motorsiklo.
Sa inisyal nga imbestigasyon nakuha ang motorsiklo gikan sa posisyon sa suspek nga nailhan sa pangalan nga Elesio Dahang dela Cruz, 27 years old, ulitawo ug nagpuyo sa Purok-4A, Brgy 23, Holy Redeemer, ni’ng dakbayan.
Gikataho nga ang maong motorsiklo gi-report nga gikarnap sa Cabadbaran City Police Station nga nawala niadto pang Lunes (June 21) pasado alas 10:35 ang takna sa buntag.
Nahibaloan nga ang motorsiklo gipanag-iyahan sa sa usa ka Ronnie Arciso Prollo, 19 anyos, residente sa Puting Bato, Cabadbaran City, Agusan del Norte.
Anaa na sa kustodiya sa Butuan City Police Station 2 ang narekober nga motorsiklo alang sa dugang imbestigasyon. (PIA-Caraga)
By PO2 Darlin Cabalinan-Migullas
Report on robbery incident
The Nutrition Building of the Local Government Unit (LGU) of San Miguel, Surigao del Sur located at Brgy Tina of the said municipality was ransacked by unidentified persons at around 3:00 O'clock in the morning of June 21, 2010.
Initial investigation disclosed that the suspects gained entrance at the said building by removing the air-condition unit.
Said suspects took one unit computer monitor, one unit computer mouse, one ream linen paper, one knife, a pair of scissors and 20 bottles of vitamins.
Elements of San Miguel Municipal Police Station conducted further investigation for possible identification and arrest of the suspects. (PNP13/PIA-Caraga)
Found dead body
The dead body head was totally wrapped with a masking tape and his both hands were tied at his back with a masking tape at around 5:30 in the morning of June 22, 2010.
Police report said that a certain Anastacio Neri, of legal age, a resident of Purok-6 Silad, Brgy Mahogany, Butuan City and a Security Guard found unidentified dead body of a male person at CARBDP road, Purok-1, Brgy Riverside, Butuan City.
Investigation revealed that said victim's description: 20 t0 26 years of age; slim built; 5"3 to 5'5" in height and wearing black T-shirt and fatigue short pants.
One bottle of volatile substance (rugby) was recovered from the victim's body (hidden in his waist). No injury was noted in the victim's body, police report said.
Personnel from Crime Laboratory Office 13 led by Police Senior Inspector Mindaña conducted Scene of the Crime Operation (SOCO) at the crime scene.
Dead body was brought to Raniel Funeral Homes and will be subjected for autopsy to determine the cause of his death.
Elements of Butuan City Police Station (BCPS) 1 are still conducting follow up investigation for possible identification of the victim and identification and arrest of the suspects. (PNP13/PIA-Caraga)
Recovery of carnapped motorcycle
One unit Honda XRM color black, bearing plate number LH 3489, engine number XRM14EO83064 and certificate of registration number 7211672-6 was recovered by elements of Butuan City Police Station (BCPS) 2 led by SPO1 Juvy Bulanon.
The said motorcycle was on the possession of one Elesio Dahang dela Cruz, 27 years old, single and a resident of Purok-4A, Brgy 23, Holy Redeemer, Butuan City.
Police report said recovery was took place at around 9:20 in the evening of June 21, 2010 at the said place.
It was noted that the said motorcycle was reported lost at Cabadbaran City Police Station on June 21, 2010 at around 10:35 in the morning by the owner Ronnie Arciso Prollo, 19 years old and a resident of Puting Bato, Cabadbaran City, Agusan del Norte.
Said recovered motorcycle is now under the custody of Butuan City Police Station 2 for further investigation. (PNP 13/PIA-Caraga)
Feature: ITUC 2010 Best Practices Manual for Trade Unions highlights TUCP anti-human trafficking initiatives and practices
Manila (28 June) - The new International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) publication released on June 16, 2010 details the extent of slavery and other forms of forced labour around the world, and sets out practical steps that trade unions can take to boost the global drive to help the more than 12 million people trapped in the different kinds of forced labour.
The ITUC represents 176 million workers organized in 312 national trade union centers in 155 countries.
The Best Practices Guide, “How to Combat Forced Labour and Trafficking”, gives examples of some of the most prevalent and severe forms of forced labor and human trafficking practices and highlights some of the trade union activities already undertaken: on getting the legal framework in place, on ensuring the proper application of laws and regulations, on promoting prevention policies, and on developing national plans against forced labor.
The publication features some 21 trade union-led best practices ranging from improving laws against forced labor in UK and Kuwait, reintegration programs for trafficked people in Italy and Nepal, industry-based actions against forced labor in logging, cocoa, temporary agency work, domestic work and migrant farm workers in Peru, Italy and Malaysia to strategies to raise awareness and anti-trafficking prevention in the Philippines.
On ensuring victim’s protection and promoting prevention and reintegration policies, the publication highlights Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP) and its community-based multi-sectoral groups and linkages’ experience in developing and implementing programs to fight both internal and cross-border trafficking and address factors that make individuals vulnerable to trafficking including:
setting up of help desks in transport terminals which provide information and advice on how to avoid trafficking;
showing anti-trafficking videos on buses, boats, transport terminals and offices;
creating 24/7 SMS-emergency assistance for reporting trafficking;
creating a website with advice, activities, publications, news articles, campaigns, etc. (www.trafficking.org.ph);
running community education programs and prevention campaigns in schools;
signed formal partnership agreements and Memorandum of Understanding with 35 overland and sea-based transport companies, TUCP affiliated transport unions and other support groups (port workers, bus/terminal vendors, transport associations, port authorities and local government units) for joint monitoring of potential in-transit trafficking activities and free transportation for victims and accompanying family members or custodians
developing standard reporting and monitoring forms for trafficking cases and complaints, along with computerized monitoring systems and flowcharts for accessing services;
providing counseling services, tracing family members and facilitating free transport so that migrants can return home;
monitoring the activities of private recruitment agencies and reporting instances of labour exploitation or illegal activities to the authorities; and
provision of free vocational courses and retraining opportunities for trafficking victims and their families on in-demand skills (e.g. welding, housekeeping, accounting, call centers, etc.) and facilitate their access to employment.
“As a major player in the trafficking campaign in the country, with major accomplishments, with a track record in trafficking activities, TUCP, our affiliates and partners will continue to contribute to the country’s efforts against trafficking,” TUCP General Secretary Ernesto Herrera said.
“Once the 15th Congress is constituted, the TUCP Party List will file measures that will further protect trafficking victims/survivors and their families and improve anti-trafficking laws including for domestic workers,” Mr. Herrera added.
“The best practice manual, developed in partnership with the ILO’s Bureau of Workers Activities (ACTRAV) and the Special Action Programme on Forced Labor (SAP-FL), aims to provide trade unionists and other interested individuals and organizations with a useful tool for increasing awareness of what forced labor is and how it can be effectively challenged,” ITUC stressed.
To read the new ITUC Report on Forced Labour please visit: http://www.ituc-csi.org/ituc-guide-how-to-combat-forced.html. (TUCP/PIA-Surigao del Norte)